El Hadji Diouf has opened his mouth again.
Sky Sports pundit, Jamie Carragher, is first in the firing line of his former team-mate:
“The difference between Jamie and I is that I’m a world class player and he is a s**t,” he told So Foot. “The kind of s**t that will write a book in which I will be mentioned. In my book, he will not have the right to one sentence: He’s a f*****g loser.”
Stevie G was next in Diouf’s crosshairs, and the former England international received both barrels: “What I mean to Senegal, he never represented even a hundredth of that for England. He has never done anything in the World Cup or the Euros.”
“When I arrived in Liverpool, I was doing what I wanted and it was said that I did not respect the club.But he killed his team when he slipped against Chelsea. If Liverpool have never won the Premier League, it’s not a coincidence.
“Do you think Gerrard means it when he says El-Hadji Diouf is not a very good player? I carried the national team for many years, with 14 million fans on my shoulders. When we won, it was thanks to me, when we lost, it was my fault.”
Diouf, who represented high profile clubs like Celtic and Bolton?, was also a prick at Sunderland, describing Anton Ferdinand as the “No.1 w****r” at the club – obviously has never met Rio.
“We did not fight, I sorted him before we were separated I said: ‘Let’s go to the gym and I will punish you.’ He would not do it, so I told him: ‘You’re just like your brother, Rio, you walk like him, you eat like it, write your own story’.
“There were little w****rs in the group and they believed they were the best but they were miserable s**t. Anton Ferdinand was the No.1 w****r.”
Before you go, make sure you remember just how much of an arse Diouf was/is.